I'd love some help. What sort of thing are you most interested in working
on Raphael? The add-in is not very mature, I'm still working on internal
architecture and it will only do a few things. There are numerous commands
that need to be implemented. We also need to do a lot of work around user
interface issues. Let me know where your interest lies.
John A. Murphy
Home Page http://www.murphybytes.com
From: Clayton Harbour [mailto:claytonharbour@...]
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 4:05 AM
Cc: sharpcvslib-developers@...; John Murphy
Subject: RE: sharpcvslib - VS.NET plugin
Hi Raphael, I would be very interested in seeing a plug-in for vs.net.
John Murphy is already working on this and trying to stabilize things before
he integrates with the main branch. If you wanted to send him a message to
see if there is anything that he could use a hand with (testing, integration
with the main project).
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> From: Raphael [mailto:rawo@...]
> Sent: January 19, 2005 12:59 AM
> To: drakmar@...
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> Subject: sharpcvslib - VS.NET plugin
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> Dear Clayton,
> Are you still interested in developing a VS.NET add-in for CVS using
> the sharpcvslib ?
> Raphael Wouters
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